Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: January 25, 2014 - 7:02 PM


DEC. 26

Dumping complaint. A Cub Foods grocery cart was reported on the shoulder of Fenway Boulevard near 130th Street. Public Works was advised.


DEC. 31

Suspicious package. A resident in the 1000 block of Quentin Avenue received a package addressed to her maiden name that contained two vials of a white/yellow substance. It was found to be essential oils for aromatherapy.


DEC. 23

Disturbance. An officer was sent to the Dollar Tree, 7085 10th St., on a report of two employees yelling at each other, first in the store and then outside. One of the two left before the officer arrived. An assistant manager said she would handle the issue with the store’s manager and requested no further assistance.

DEC. 25

Theft. Police received numerous reports of mail taken from mailboxes of residences on Grospoint Avenue. Several pieces of mail were opened and lying in the street.

Suspicious noise. A baby sitter fearing an intruder called police after hearing a piano playing in the lower level of a home in the 6000 block of 15th Street Court. An officer checked the residence and found no one else was there and no signs of forced entry. The family’s cat was found downstairs and it is possible it walked across the piano keys.

DEC. 29

Check welfare. An officer was dispatched to the 4800 block of Hadley Avenue on a report of a man dressed in black and yelling. The officer discovered the man was looking for his dog.


DEC. 24

Suspicious activity. A resident in the 22000 block of Kirk Court reported a pile of snow plowed 15 feet into his driveway without explanation.


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